Workers’ Compensation Attorney
William Chaddock focuses his legal practice on helping injured workers navigate the California workers’ compensation system. Having worked on both sides of workers’ compensation law, William is intimately familiar with the tactics and strategies employed by the insurance companies to mitigate benefits and is prepared to pursue and obtain the best possible outcome for his workers’ compensation clients in all stages of litigation. In addition to his experience in workers’ compensation, William has also previously worked as a trial litigator in Fresno County Superior Court Juvenile Dependency matters.
William understands the critical importance of honest and open communication between client and attorney. William is fluent in spoken and written Spanish and has previously worked as a Court and Medical Interpreter. Attorney Chaddock emphasizes client communication and prides himself on being accessible, answering client questions and explaining complex issues in easy to understand terms.
William earned his Juris Doctorate from San Joaquin College of Law in Clovis in 2016 and passed the California State Bar the same year. During law school, he received top honors (Witkin Awards) for mastery among his peers in contract law, criminal law, and legal research and writing. William was an advocate in the New American Legal Clinic, providing volunteer assistance to the community in the field of immigration law by representing clients in United States Citizenship and Immigration Services removal and adjustment hearings. Prior to law school, William earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at the California State University of Bakersfield with academic honors. His career prior to law school involved working as a court-certified Spanish interpreter and as a consultant in the technology and finance fields.
Attorney Chaddock is based in Fresno and handles cases in the Central Valley.
Bachelors of Science, Business Administration
California State University of Bakersfield
San Joaquin College of Law
Witkin Awards in Contract Law,
Criminal Law, and Legal Research and Writing